The Congregational Church of Myanmar, the country once known as Burma, was founded by the Reverend Dr  Elvis Sa Do (Say Doe) and his wife Naw Pale Say (Nor Palay Say) on June 6th, 2000.

The Congregational Church of Myanmar is a member of the International Congregational Fellowship and also has a close relationship with the Congregational Federation of Australia and New Zealand.

When they started the Church Reverend Sa Do rented a small house to serve as his family's residence and that of the newly formed Church. Then in 2003, with the help of Christian friends, he was able to purchase the house. This was how the Congregational Church of Myanmar came into existence.

Now the original home serves as the Grace Girls' Hostel while a recently constructed building now serves as the main Hostel and Dining Hall.

"For where two or three are gathered together in my name I am there among them."

Matthew 18 : 20

Originally, Reverend Reverend Sa Do was from a Christian family of the  people who live in the Chin State while Naw Pale Say,who has a Karen Baptist background, the Karen people residing mainly in Southern and South-Eastern Myanmar, was from the Ayeyarwady Region.

Reverend Dr Sa Do graduated with a M.Div. (Master of Divinity) from Grace Baptist Theological Seminary while, before her marriage, Naw Pale Sae was a Primary School Teacher having graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Yangon University.

Reverend Dr Sa Do was ordained into the Christian Mijnistry in June of 2000 by Mr Keith Lyons, the General Secretary of the Congregational Federation of Australia and New Zealand during his visit to Myanmar while Naw Pale Say was ordained to the Christian Ministry in July 2010 by the then Moderator, Reverend Aloese )Alan) Filipaina, during his visit to Myanmar in compaany with the General Secretary.

As a National Church the Congregational Church of Myanmar is a Burmese speaking Church and we welcome all people who want to know about Christ. It does not matter who you are or what is your background; we warmly welcome you.

Reverend Dr Sa Do has a passion for Mission in the Congregational Way, living in covenant with God's people. As well as being the founderof the Congregational Church of Myanmar, he is also the founder of the Congregational Bible College, later changed to Discipleship Training, and Grace Children's Ministry.

In addition Reverend Dr Sa Do also takes office as the President of Yangon Mara Christian Fellowship which is a joint fellowship of sixteen different denominations.

Reverend Dr Sa Do would love to have you share with him in the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ.

National Links

Yangon Mara Christian Fellowship

Myanmar Evangelical Christian Alliance